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Very nice debut from a very talented person!

I first came across Miss. Kinney on the TV show The Waking Dead. I heard her sing on the show and started doing some research and found this e.p. I was pleasantly surprised by this album. Emily is a very fine actress and has a lovely voice to sing these 5 fun songs, and for those who are complaining about her being too young to sing songs about sex.... give me a break, she's 27 years old. I'm pretty sure that's plenty old enough to sing about anything she wants to!

Fantastic!

These songs Deserve number one performance, you are a great actress, singer, and songwriter, and your beautiful too!

Fantastic

This needs more attention. It was fantastic!

Biography

Born: August 15, 1985 in Wayne, Nebraska

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Best known as Beth Greene on AMC's blockbuster horror series The Walking Dead, Emily Kinney is a singer/songwriter as well as an actress. Kinney grew up in Nebraska and ultimately moved to New York City to pursue acting, first studying theater at New York University and then working in off-Broadway productions. She landed the role of Anna in the Broadway production of Spring Awakening in 2008, then appeared in August: Osage County in 2009. In 2011, Kinney scored the role of Beth Greene and released...
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